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Dvořák: Rusalka from Teatro Real

Rusalka returns to Madrid "on an overwhelming level that will leave its mark". Asmik Grigorian enchants the public in the title role.

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Rusalka returns to Madrid “on an overwhelming level that will leave its mark. What a great Rusalka we have for the future!” (El Español) Mesmerizing soprano Asmik Grigorian, “already one of the most outstanding sopranos of her generation“ (Online Merker) stars with a “voice, at its zenith of maturity“ (El Pais) in the title role of Christoph Loy’s timeless and evocative staging of Dvorák’s tragic take on the Little Mermaid fable. Especially „the direction of dancers and extras in the second act is a virtuoso performance by Loy and his choreographer.“ (El Pais) “Musically, this Rusalka is of immense quality, no doubt due to the spectacular work of Ivor Bolton.“ (El Español)

Original title Dvořák: Rusalka from Teatro Real
Genre Opera
Recording location Teatro Real, Madrid, November 2020
Duration 180 mins
Production Company A production of Mezzo, Medici TV, Teatro Real and RTVE in co-production with Calle Carmen with the participation of UNITEL with the support of Centre National du Cinéma et de l‘image animée
Composer Antonín Dvořák
Orchestra / Band Orchestra of Teatro Real
Conductor Ivor Bolton
Choir Chorus of Teatro Real
Chorus Master Andrés Máspero
Stage Director Christof Loy
Choreography by Klevis Elmazaj
Soloist Asmik Grigorian, Eric Cutler, Karita Mattila, Maxim Kuzmin-Karavaev, Katarina Dalayman

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